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Venom Symbiotic

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The Immortal Weapon

Venom is a Symbiote created from Spider-Man's DNA by Doctor Octopus for Norman Osborn and Oscorp. This living organism that can attach itself to a human host to form an almost unstoppable villain. It is the tertiary antagonist of Season 1 and a minor antagonist in Season 2, he is one of Spider-Man's arch-enemies.


Venom is a mass-produced version of the Symbiote created from Spider-Man's DNA by Doctor Octopus for Loki. This living organism that can attach itself to a human host to form an almost unstoppable villain.





Powers, Skills, and Abilities[]

  • Symbiote Physiology: This version of Venom possessed and assimilated its host, while its form seemed to always be modeled by the person it has bonded with. Unlike the first, it did not have Spiderman's powers, possibly due to not have bonded with him like the first. The symbiote grants the following powers:
    • Superhuman Strength: Venom is stronger than Spider-Man.
    • Superhuman Speed
    • Superhuman Stamina
    • Superhuman Durability: Venom is able to take multiple hits from its enemies.
    • Superhuman Agility: Despite its huge appearance, Venom is able of jumping 30 feet and is very agile.
    • Superhuman Endurance
    • Superhuman Reflexes: Despite its size, Venom is very flexible.
    • Webbing Generation: Venom can shoot strands of the substance in the form of "webbing".
    • Wall-Crawling: Venom is able to climb most surfaces.
    • ESP (Spider-Sense): Venom possesses an extrasensory ability similar to Spider-Man’s spider-sense.
    • Poisonous Fangs: Venom’s set of fangs not only intimidates foes but can deliver a powerful, venomous bite.
    • Shapeshifting: Venom can change its size and shape, with or without a host.
      • Stretchable Tongue: Venom can stretch out its tongue.
      • Tendrils: Venom can generate tendrils from its body.
      • Integration: Venom integrates pieces of someone else's armor into itself, allowing itself to use the weapons it absorbs.
  • Possession: Venom has the ability to latch onto anyone and use their powers while taking control of their bodies. Flash Thompson seems to have a resistance to this, due to their complimentary nature.




Season Four: Secret Wars[]


  • Venom appears in Ultimate Spider-Man as a recurring story element, with Harry Osborn voiced by Matt Lanter, and Goblin-Venom voiced by Steven Weber.[65] In the episode "Venom", Doctor Octopus creates the Venom Symbiote from a sample of Spider-Man's blood. After it escapes from its creators, it temporarily fuses with a number of characters: Flash Thompson, Nova, Power Man, Iron Fist and finally Spider-Man.[66] Harry uses the organism in the episode "Back in Black" to dress in the Black Suit Spidey and attracts positive public attention. However, Harry gradually turns into Venom until Spider-Man electrifies the suit off Harry. In the episode "Venomous", the Venom Symbiote takes control of Harry again but Spider-Man and the other heroes are able to free him thank to an Anti-Venom. Venom reappears in the episode "Rise of the Goblin" with Harry still as its host. Harry manages to shake off the Venom suit via electricity, providing Green Goblin to take the suit and vowing to find someone more deserving. In the episode "Carnage", Green Goblin kidnaps and forcibly injects Peter Parker with the Goblin/Venom formula which transforms the boy into Carnage. When Carnage defeats Spider-Man's team and attempts to kill them, Harry stops Carnage then rebonds with the Symbiote which reverts into its original Venom form. Venom finds and attacks Green Goblin, intending to kill his father. However, Peter manages to convince Harry to get rid of the Symbiote to which S.H.I.E.L.D. manages to capture to ensure that it won't cause any more harm. In the episode "Venom Bomb", Green Goblin unleashes a small piece of the Venom Symbiote that he kept with him that reunites with its other half. After breaking free of its containment, the Venom Symbiote proceeds to bond itself with nearly everyone on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. Green Goblin later bonds with the Venom Symbiote but maintains control over himself as Goblin-Venom. Spider-Man has a lengthily battle with Goblin-Venom but Doctor Octopus eventually creates another Anti-Venom that saves the S.H.I.E.L.D. personnel as well as separating the Venom Symbiote from Green Goblin and also turned the host back to normal. Separated from its host, the Venom Symbiote is presumably destroyed by Spider-Man in space. However, Doctor Octopus's Spider-Soldiers in the episode "Second Chance Hero" are an amalgam of Venom-like drones and Oscorp's armor technology. The Spider-Soldiers fight Iron Patriot and Spider-Man. While Spider-Man takes Harry away to safety, the Spider-Soldiers are destroyed by Iron Patriot. In the two-parter "The Avenging Spider-Man", samples of the Venom Symbiote are used by Doctor Octopus and Loki on Asgardian Creatures to attack New York until they are defeated by Spider-Man's team and the Avengers. Flash's Agent Venom persona appears during the third season.
  • Venom appears in the Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. episode "The Venom Inside."Doctor Octopus creates a new version of the Venom Symbiote that gradually assimilates Skaar, She-Hulk, Red Hulk and finally the Hulk to help dominate but also to destroy Spider-Man. However, the Hulks and Spider-Man eventually manage to defeat the Venom Symbiote, although it's unknown if the Venom Symbiote is still alive.
  • Venom appears in Spider-Man. The Venom Symbiote first appeared in the episode "A Day in the Life" as the V-252 that was found by the space program and sent over to Horizon High for research.
  • The Venom Symbiote appears in the Avengers Assemble episode "The Immortal Weapon."[71] At the time when Beyonder formed Battleworld for his experiment, a satellite that crashed into K'un-Lun contained a vial holding a Venom Symbiote that escaped and found its way into where Iron Fist had imprisoned Dracula. The Venom Symbiote binding to Dracula enabled him to survive in the sunlight during one of his fights with Black Panther, Falcon, and Iron Fist. There was also a mentioning by Dracula that a far-off domain on Battleworld is filled with Symbiotes. With help of a K'un-Lun Dragon defeating the vampires, Iron Fist used his "iron fist" move to strike Dracula enough for the Symbiote to break off him causing Dracula to flee.
  • The Venom Symbiote appears in the Guardians of the Galaxy episode "Drive Me Carnage."[72] A sample of it was held at Horizon High and possessed Spider-Man during the Guardians of the Galaxy's fight with a Carnage-possessed Thanos.